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Symptoms (ONLY) of Strangulation

This is a visual representation of the symptoms of strangulation. While visible signs may be present, symptoms represent injuries not visible to the naked eye; observable only to the victim. Read More

Signs (ONLY) of Strangulation

This is a visual representation of the signs of strangulation. Signs can include petechia, bruising, chest pain, redness, scratch marks, and swelling of the face. Read More

5 Steps to a Shelter in Place Safety Plan

This one-page safety plan card, created by the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center, provides 5 steps for survivors to take to create a safety plan while sheltering in place. The 5 steps provided are: (1)... Read More

Metro Office of Family Safety Client Follow-Up

Created by the Metro Office of Family Safety in Nashville, this Client Follow-Up resource provides strategies for supporting and contacting clients while advocacy is remote or near-remote in response to COVID-19. It specifies methods for... Read More

COVID-19 Safety Plan Brochure

Created by the Guilford County Family Justice Center, this safety plan brochure provides survivors with safety tips, online resources, and important information for staying safe during the stay at home order for COVID-19. This template... Read More